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Register for a FREE guest user account, then log-in to

view archived webinar videos of past presentations.


Also view on NEHGS' YouTube Channel.

 

 

GENEALOGY NEWS

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Date

Blog

Blog Post

1. September 5, 2012
FamilySearch FamilySearch and New England Historic Genealogical Society Work in Partnership to Create Free On-Line Classes
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2016 ▪ GENEALOGY WEBINAR SCHEDULE

 

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Day of the Week

 

Month

 

Day


Time

(Eastern)

Presenter

(Guest Speaker)

Name of Webinar

(Click here for webinar description)

Registration

(Click link to register)

YouTube

Channel


1. Thursday January 21 3:00 PM Alice Kane
Chinese American Genealogy
Registration Link Video

2. Tuesday January
26 2:00 PM Rhonda R. McClure
Choosing a Genealogical Software Program (Handout)
Registration Link Video

3. Thursday
February
18 3:00 PM Lindsay Fulton
Using the U.S. Federal Census
Registration Link Video

4. Tuesday
March
22 3:00 PM

Sally Benny & Stephanie Call

Digital Collections at NEHGS and AJHS-NEA
Registration Link Video

5. Thursday
April
28 3:00 PM Lynn Betlock, Christopher C. Child, & Henry B. Hoff
Writing for NEHGS Periodicals
Registration Link Video

6. Tuesday
May
31 3:00 PM David Allen Lambert
Using New England Probate Records
Registration Link Video

7. Tuesday
June
21 3:00 PM Lindsay Fulton & Sam Sturgis
Searching Study Projects on AmericanAncestors.org
Registration Link Video

8. Thursday
August 25 3:00 PM Meaghan Siekman
Researching Native American Ancestors at NEHGS
Registration Link Video

9. Thursday
September 22 3:00 PM Lindsay Fulton
Substitutes for pre-1880 New York Vital Records: Using New York State and Federal Censuses
Registration Link Video

10. Thursday
October 20 3:00 PM Meaghan Siekman
Researching the History of a House
Registration Link Video

11. Tuesday
November 15 3:00 PM Sarah Liebenrood
Get the Most out of your NEHGS Membership
Registration Link Video

12. Thursday
December 15 
3:00 PM Judy Lucey and Andrew Krea
Organizing and Preserving Your Family Papers
Registration Link Video

 

View the two key subject guides mentioned in the presentation: 

Using AmericanAncestors.org 

http://www.americanancestors.org/education/learning-resources/read/using-americanancestors-org 

 

And Using the NEHGS Library: 

http://www.americanancestors.org/education/learning-resources/read/using-the-nehgs-library 

 

Learn more about NEHGS membership at http://www.americanancestors.org/join/ or contact membership@nehgs.org with additional questions.

 

2017 ▪ GENEALOGY WEBINAR SCHEDULE

 

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Day of the Week

 

Month

 

Day


Time

(Eastern)

Presenter

(Guest Speaker)

Name of Webinar

(Click here for webinar description)

Registration

(Click link to register)

YouTube

Channel

Resource

Link


1. Thursday
January 19
3:00 PM Lindsay Fulton
Using and Evaluating Mug Books for Family History Research
Registration Link
Video  

2. Thursday
February 16
3:00 PM Don LeClair and Molly Rogers
Searching Journals on AmericanAncestors.org
Registration Link Video  
X 3. Thursday
March  
3:00 PM  
 No Webinar
Registration Link Video  

4. Thursday
April 13
3:00 PM Claire Ammon, CG
A Guide to Connecticut Resources 
Registration Link
Video  

5. Thursday
May 18
3:00 PM Ann Lawthers
Resources for Pennsylvania Genealogy
Registration Link Video Resource

6. Thursday
June 15
3:00 PM Christopher C. Child
Choosing a DNA Test for Family History Research
Registration Link Video  

7. Thursday
July 20 3:00 PM Jean Maguire
Boston Historic Catholic Records Online
Registration Link Video  

8. Thursday
August 24 3:00 PM Rhonda R. McClure
Fraternally Yours: Finding Your Ancestor in American Fraternal Organization Records
Registration Link Video  

9. Thursday
September 28 3:00 PM

Nathaniel Lane Taylor, PhD, FASG

Introduction to Heraldry in America
Registration Link Video  

10. Thursday
October 19 3:00 PM Rhonda R. McClure
City and Rural Directories: More than Just Names
Registration Link Video  

11. Thursday
November 16 3:00 PM Sheilagh Doerfler
Navigating Notarial Records in Quebec
Registration Link Video  

12. Thursday
December 14
3:00 PM Don LeClair
Searching Databases on AmericanAncestors.org
Registration Link Video  

 

Webinar Notes: January 19, 2017

Here is a list of websites where you may find digitized mug books:

https://www.hathitrust.org/

https://books.google.com/

https://archive.org/index.php

https://openlibrary.org/

https://books.familysearch.org

http://library.si.edu/digital-library

 

Webinar Notes: April 13, 2017

Connecticut State Library: http://libguides.ctstatelibrary.org/hg/home

 

2018 ▪ GENEALOGY WEBINAR SCHEDULE

 

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Day of the Week

(3rd or 4th Thursday)

Month

 

Day


Time

(Eastern)

Presenter

(Guest Speaker)

Name of Webinar

(Click here for webinar description)

Registration

(Click link to register)

Facebook

Event

YouTube

Channel


1. Thursday
January 18 3:00 PM

David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist 

Hosting an Online Family Reunion
Registration Link
Event Video

2. Thursday
February 15 3:00 PM Alicia Crane Williams, FASG
Early New England Families Study Project
Registration Link Event Video

3. Thursday
March 15 3:00 PM Lindsay Fulton
Creating a Research Plan: Tips from NEHGS Research Services
Registration Link Event
Video

4. Thursday
April 19 3:00 PM Don LeClair
Tracing Mayflower Lineage: Resources at AmericanAncestors.org
Registration Link Event
Video

5. Thursday
May 24 3:00 PM Kelsey Sawyer & Jessie Xu
Using the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Collection at the Jewish Heritage Center
Registration Link Event
Video

6. Thursday
June 21 3:00 PM Scott Andrew Bartley 
Early Vermont Settlers to 1784 Study Project
Registration Link Event
Video
X
7. Thursday
July 19 3:00 PM  
No Webinar
Registration Link Event
Video

8. Thursday
August 16 3:00 PM Rhonda R. McClure, Senior Genealogist
Applying for Dual Citizenship by Descent
Registration Link Event
Video

9. Thursday
September 27 3:00 PM

Kathy Kaldis

Come Join the Revolution: Applying to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Registration Link Event
Video

10. Thursday
October 18 3:00 PM Rachel Adams & Molly Rogers
Database Volunteer Opportunities at American Ancestors
Registration Link Event
Video

11. Thursday
November 15 3:00 PM  David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist
Raising the Dead: Finding Clues to Ancestors from Headstones, Family Plots, and Burial Records
Registration Link Event
Video
X 12. Wednesday
December 13 3:00 PM Alice Kane Using Maps in Your Family History Research
Registration Link Event
Video

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